28 Atuacao 1 (2018)

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                 AVOS PODEM ADOTAR NETOS?

          ATIVISMO JUDICIAL E LIMITES DA

          LEGALIDADE: ANALISE CRITICA DO

      JULGAMENTO DO RESP 1.448.969/SC

  PELO SUPERIOR TRIBUNAL DE JUSTI A


        CAN GRANDPARENTS ADOPT GRANDCHILDREN? JUDICIAL
    ACTIVISM AND LIMITS OF THE LEGALITY: CRITICAL ANALYSIS
  OF THE TRIAL RESP 1.448.969/SC BY THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
                                                            JUSTICE


                                      Jo~o Luiz de Carvalho Botega
                                                  Promotor de Justiga
          Mestre em Cincia Juridica pela Universidade do Vale do Itajai



RESUMO: 0 artigo propbe-se a analisar criticamente um julgado proferido
pelo Superior Tribunal de Justiga no ano de 2014 (REsp n. 1.448.969/SC), em
que a referida Corte autorizou a adogo pelos ascendentes do adotando, nqo
obstante a exist~ncia de expressa proibigo legal (ECA, artigo 42,  10). Sqo
problematizados, entqo, 6 luz das categorias da legalidade estrita e do ativismo
judicial, os fundamentos juridicos invocados e utilizados no voto do Ministro relator,
verificando-se se esses fundamentos se sustentarn em um exame critico a partir
de crit~rios de integridade e coer~ncia ou se na verdade se trata de argumentos
ret6ricos ou ad hoc para justificar uma decisqo solipsista, incompativel corn o
Estado Democrtico de Direito. Trata-se, pois, de um artigo sobre Teoria do Direito
e nqo sobre Direito da Crianga e do Adolescente.

PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Legalidade estrita. Ativismo judicial. Positivismo. REsp
n. 1.448.969/SC.

ABSTRACT: The paper aims to critically analyze a trial ruled by the Superior
Court of Justice in 2014 (REsp n. 1.448.969/SC) in which that Court authorized
the adoption by the ancestors of the adopted, despite the existence of an express
legal prohibition (ECA, article 42,  10). The legal grounds used in the vote of the
judge (Minister) are then problematized, in the light of the categories of strict
legality and judicial activism, in order to verify if they are sustained on a critical
examination based on criteria of integrity and coherence or if they are in fact
rhetorical or ad hoc arguments to justify a solipsistic decision, incompatible with
the democratic state. This is, therefore, a paper about the theory of Law and not
about the rights of children and adolescents.

KEYWORDS: Strict legality. Judicial activism. Positivism. REsp n. 1.448.969/SC.


Atuaco: Rev. Jur. do Min. Ptibl Catarin., Florianopois, v. 13, n. 28, p. 1-24, jun./nov. 2018.

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